Category Archives: Sleep apnea

Five Tasks CPAP Can Help With

Whether you’re new to CPAP or have had sleep apnea for years, you’ll notice that therapy makes you significantly more alert throughout the day. Sleep apnea itself is characterized by profound fatigue and a frustrating inability to focus or maintain … Continue reading

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Get to Sleep with CPAP

At CPAPMan, we know how hard it is for new patients to fall asleep with their CPAP equipment. After a life spent without a mask on your face, CPAP therapy is an adjustment, and you shouldn’t feel bad or unusual … Continue reading

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Common Screening Tests for Sleep Apnea

Screening tests are short questionnaires which are designed to provide a quick determination of whether a person should proceed forward to obtain a full-scale diagnosis for sleep apnea. Screening tests are useful tools which are meant to filter between those … Continue reading

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Buying CPAP Online

If you’re a first time buyer of anything, whether it’s a brand new CPAP machine or you want some shoes, it can be difficult to know if the source you’re buying from online is trustworthy. For one thing, you don’t … Continue reading

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Should I Get a Sleep Apnea Test?

If you snore, sleep poorly, or otherwise just feel tired day after day, you may have considered whether you have sleep apnea and what it would mean for your life if you did. You might wonder if this is a … Continue reading

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Pumani Saves Lives

For those of you who worry about world-wide access to sleep apnea therapy: Pumani. If you have children born with acute respiratory infections: Pumani. Spent thousands of dollars on CPAP machines or equipment? Pumani. It’s no secret that health care … Continue reading

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Sleep Apnea May Lower Bone Health

A study published in the April 15 edition of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism contains evidence to substantiate the claim that, if left untreated, obstructive sleep apnea can negatively affect bone health. According to the study, women and … Continue reading

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Asthma Meds and Sleep Apnea Risk

Study Establishes Link A study published in the February issue of the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine provides evidence of a link between medication for asthma and sleep apnea risk. The study, which was headed by Dr. Mihaela Teodorescu of … Continue reading

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